The David M. Rubenstein National Center for White House History partners with a host of institutions to offer fellowships in White House history. Learn more about our current fellows below.
Rosie joined the Association as a History Fellow in August 2021. Rosie is a second-year Public History Master’s student at American University, and she received her Bachelor’s in History from University of Colorado, Boulder in 2019. She has previously worked for Tudor Place Historic House & Garden, as well as the History Colorado Center. Rosie is passionate about women’s and gender history and 20th century U.S. history.
Joshua joined the Association as a Public History Fellow in the History of Slavery and Its Legacies in Washington, DC. He is a first-year Public History Master's student at American University. He received his Bachelor's in Africana Studies and Classics at Cornell University in 2021 where he focused on curation and material culture. Joshua has broad interests in digital media and Afrofuturism.
Tianna joined the Association as a student fellow in September 2020 while pursuing her M.A. in Global and Comparative History at Georgetown University. As a fellow, she primarily assists with the Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood initiative. She has previously worked on a collaborative digital history project between the Organization of American Historians and the National Parks Service, titled “Escaping Slavery, Building Diverse Communities.” She is a native of Florida and holds a B.A in History from Georgetown University.